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Last summer saw more students enroll in the Dublin City School District than this summer, although numbers this year are still considered higher than normal.

As of Aug. 17 not counting preschoolers, 15,560 students were enrolled in the district, said Tracey Miller, Dublin’s director of operations.

That’s an increase of 275 students from last year.

Miller predicts enrollment will increase by more than 300 students this year.

“It’s close to where we had projected,” he said.

During the past 10 years, the district has averaged between 240 and 250 new students per summer enrollment cycle, Miller said.

Last year was an anomaly; almost 500 students were added.

District growth can cause overcrowding in school common areas and cause the district to move teachers from one school to another, Miller said.

Growth in certain areas can also necessitate redistricting, which happened last academic year.

Hot spots

Using enrollment data as of Aug. 17, Griffith Thomas Elementary, Ann Simpson Davis Middle School and Dublin Jerome High School saw the most increases, Miller said.

Thomas added 84 students since the end of May for a total of 802 students, and district officials didn’t anticipate an increase quite that high, he said.

Davis added 67 students, for a total of 978 students, higher than the enrollment projection of 917.

Jerome added 126 students, an increase on par with district projections, for a total of 1,677 students.

Miller said he thinks growth at Jerome will continue until the northwest quadrant of the district builds out.

Residential growth

The district continues to see growth in the northwest, at Jerome and Glacier Ridge Elementary School, Miller said.

When attendance boundaries were redrawn last year, officials moved students from Glacier Ridge to Wyandot Elementary School.

Even with that adjustment, Glacier Ridge has increased by 50 students this summer.

Future redistricting depends upon where the district sees growth, Miller said.

Miller said the district is growing in the area of the Jerome Village development.

That 1,500-acre development will have 2,200 residences when fully completed.

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District Planner Ralph Feasel listed several other residential developments in progress in the district’s northwest quadrant, which he specified as anything north of U.S. Route 33 and west of the Scioto River. The developments included Celtic Crossing, Britton Woods, Deer Run Estates, the final area in Muirfield Village, Waterford Estates, Kaufman Reserve, Mitchell Crossing, Mitchell Highlands and Riviera.

Some of these developments are just starting to construct homes, while others already have some homes built out, Feasel said.

The developments together include a total of 465 single-family homes.

For many years, about 300 houses per year were added to the district, Feasel said, and the majority of those were in the northwest quadrant.

“We were just steady,” he said.

Growth has decreased to 200-some houses annually, he said, although that number still affects the district.

For enrollment projection purposes, district staff members say a single-family home generates half an elementary student, a quarter of a middle school student and a quarter of a high school student.


Miller said in preparation for this academic year, student growth caused the district to transfer two teachers from one elementary school building to another late in the summer.

“That’s very upsetting to them,” he said.

Student growth has also caused lunchtimes in the district’s secondary schools to become crowded.

Common spaces such as gyms and libraries are also crowded in buildings at or over capacity across the district.

At Dublin Coffman High School, the band is so large students can’t all practice together in the space.

New schools

Along with an alternative high school option, district officials previously recommended the addition of two new elementary schools and a middle school as a response to enrollment projections.

Land has already been identified for an elementary school in Jerome Village.

The second school would be located in the southwest quadrant, near Thomas, Riverside, Wright and Indian Run elementary schools, Miller said, but that decision depends upon where in the district students are added.

A preliminary location for the middle school is somewhere in the district’s northwest quadrant.

“We realize that this is a great problem to have,” Miller said.

“Growth is a sign of health, and this is a very, very healthy district.”

Join EpCon Communities for their Ground Breaking Ceremony on Tuesday, August 2nd.

12:00pm: On-Site Ceremony and Ground Breaking at
The Courtyards at Jerome Village

12:30pm: Luncheon to be held at Pasquale’s Pizza and Pub
at the Jerome Village Community Center
RSVP to Erin Barritt at 614-652-3539 or

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Discover the home of your dreams with our Open House Hop! Jerome Village is introducing a summer series of Open House tours featuring 11 spectacular homes found throughout our community. Please join us for the tour which includes access to our community center for light refreshments or a dine in experience with Pasquale’s Pizza and Pub!

Start your tour

       Click HERE  to download a printable model map.

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Don’t miss out on Jerome Village July Events!

Prepping Pizza with Pasquale’s 

JV events 1

Tuesday, July 19th 5:30-7:30pm
Let your kids do the cooking!
$20.00 includes a 14″ pie with your child preparing the pizza and choice of toppings.
Four non-alcoholic drinks included.
Happy Hour specials offered until 7:30 pm
Evening Adult Swim 
JV events 2
Saturday, July 30th 9-11:00pm!
Includes food and drink specials; concession stand open
Ages 21+,  $5 per member / $10 per member guest
Live Music
JV events 3
Every Thursday starting at 8pm inside Pasquale’s Pizza and Pub
Live Acoustic from Bill Foley 7/28; Roman Kravbec 7/21.

School field site

Earlier this year, Jerome Village and the Dublin School Board finalized an agreement that provides for approximately 40 acres to be donated to the Dublin City Schools. The school board will have the opportunity to construct an Elementary and Middle School building or a single school building that would provide educational services from K through 8th grade. This beautiful tree lined site is located just to the west of the intersection of Hyland Croy and Ravenhill, as you’ll see pointed out in the master plan below. We feel that the integration of public schools into residential developments strengthens the community as a whole and are excited for this opportunity. The timing and use of the school sites will be determined by the Dublin City School Board.

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Epcon Communities is building at Jerome Village

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To add even more to the spectrum of choices available at Jerome Village, we are excited to announce that Epcon Communities will begin construction this summer on The Courtyards at Jerome Village.

The development site is located directly across from the Community Center at the corner of Ryan Parkway and Hyland Croy. The neighborhood will feature detached condos and duplex products that will provide a maintenance free living environment. This means that residents of The Courtyards will enjoy the benefits of owning a home without the perpetual stresses of exterior maintenance. Homeowners will be able to relax and live a life of leisure knowing a professional association is handling all of their home’s exterior upkeep including yard work, landscaping and snow removal.

IMG_20160414_101228482Condos will include single-story floor plans along with community amenities such as a pavilion, pickle ball and bocce ball courts, and a beautiful community garden. Epcon’s detached product will also feature private side yards with outdoor living spaces that can be personalized by each individual owner.

Additional information about this new neighborhood will be available in the coming weeks.

Stay Tuned!

Jerome Village announces Eversole Run builders and Plum Ridge Place neighborhoodEversole Run Image
Bob Webb Homes, Coppertree Homes, and Romanelli & Hughes have been announced at Eversole Run, the latest neighborhood in Jerome Village featuring more than 220 home sites with home prices beginning at $750,000 and exceeding $2 million . Currently 5 homes are under construction.

Eversole Run will also include a private, gated neighborhood – Plum Ridge Place, to include 22 homes on half acre to 1-acre lots. These homes will range from $1 million to $2 million, and are open to all custom builders as well as being available to purchase directly from Nationwide Realty Investors.

Jerome Village has one of the most affluent demographic profiles in Central Ohio, a school district that has received the state’s highest rating for the last nine consecutive years and a master planned project with more than 600 acres of woodlands, meadows, parks and green space. The project also features a 15-mile network of walking and nature trails and a community center with a restaurant and bar, swimming pool, meeting space and workout facility.

When Jerome Village is complete,there will be a total of 2,200 single family homes with 1.5 million square feet of commercial office and retail space along U.S. Route 42. Of a total 1,500 total acres committed to residential use, 900 acres are either developed or in process.

BIG THINGS coming for Jerome Village, Stay Tuned!

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Swimming lessons will be offered at the Jerome Village Community Center for the 2016 pool season. Click here for more information and to SIGN UP!

Exciting news! Swimming lessons will be offered at the Jerome Village Community Center for the 2016 pool season. Stay tuned for further details regarding pricing and sign ups.